BLACKPINK’s Lisa, “19+ Crazy Horse Show breast exposure video” confirmed to be 100% deepfake

Amidst the spread of a video claiming that BLACKPINK’s Lisa exposed her upper body at the 19+ Crazy Horse Show, Ten Asia’s investigative results revealed that this video is a “deepfake” one

Deepfake videos are fabricated using advanced AI technology, making it increasingly challenging to distinguish between fake and real content. Many celebrities have become victims of deepfake crimes, but due to difficulties in tracking and prosecution, cases under real punishment are scarce, leading to repetitive incidents.

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On Dec 15th, suspicions arose that Lisa undressed her upper body during the Crazy Horse Show in Paris, France. The video in question spread rapidly on adult sites and certain communities. Given that the video is attached with the “Crazy Horse” logo, many netizens mistakenly believed it to be an actual performance video.

Through “KaiCatch”, a deepfake detection application developed at KAIST, the results confirmed that this video is 100% a deepfake one. The program shows the probability of a video being a deepfake, and when it reaches 100%, it indicates that all conditions for a deepfake video are met.

Lisa appeared at the Crazy Horse Show in October. Crazy Horse is one of the top three cabarets in Paris, along with Moulin Rouge and Lido. Known for its grand stage and provocative performances by female dancers, Crazy Horse is a cabaret where one can enjoy drinks and meals while watching various shows.

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Deepfake is a compound word of “deep learning”, an AI technology, and “fake”. It is the synthesis of virtual information that appears real, and when this technology is misused, it can lead to identity theft, biometric authentication bypass, fraud, defamation, as well as the spread of fake news and advertisements, causing chaos in society.

According to sources, on an illegal site, faces of various singers, including Girls’ Generation, TWICE, Red Velvet, NewJeans, IVE, BLACKPINK, IU and aespa, are being illegally synthesized. Famous celebrities can become targets of crime at any time.

The production of illegal synthetic videos is subject to a punishment of up to 5 years or a fine of up to 50 million won. Moreover, selling them can lead to imprisonment of up to 7 years. However, finding cases of AI technology misuse, such as the distribution of explicit content, is challenging. Additionally, many AI image production sites have servers overseas, making it difficult to apprehend those responsible for producing explicit content.

Source: Daum

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